Students in their first year of Bachillerato had the opportunity to complement their academic curriculum with a trip to Edinburgh organized by the Department of Biology and Geology.
In it, there was a bit of everything, we climbed to Artur’s seat, an extinct volcano with the city of Edinburgh in its foot. We contemplated chains of volcanoes and a fjord . Marisa Rivera explained from there the geology of the area.
Of course, we also visited the city and learned about its histories and museums. We learned a lot about the history of Scotland, its relationship with England, its gastronomy and its scientific discoveries.
Finally, we spent a day in the highlands where some took a cruise on the Loch Ness.
In overall, a very positive experience for everyone that will leave to a lifelong memories.